Rush Grove South
Rushgrove Street, London SE18
Built in 1816, Rush Grove House was once the residence of a Commander of the Royal Marine barracks. The Grade II listed Georgian Mansion, has been sensitively divided and beautifully restored into two properties.
Built in 1816, Rush Grove House was once the residence of a Commander of the Royal Marine barracks.
Rush Grove South consists of four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two reception rooms. Perfect for those who desire the space and exclusivity of a country estate with the convenience of a London lifestyle.
Both properties provide unique access to a wildlife park all set within three acres of landscaped grounds and a beautiful lake
These versatile properties blend period and modern design features, providing the opportunity to own a remarkable piece of local history with the comfort of modern features.
The principal rooms have views over the gardens and towards the lake and there is ample off street car parking within the grounds. The house is located in a quiet and discreet part of South East London within easy reach of The City, Canary Wharf and City airport. Woolwich is set to be one the main beneficiaries of the arrival of the new Crossrail link in spring 2019.
There is an advanced application for the building of an additional lake house within the grounds, which is designed to complement the already stunning landscape.
Offers in excess of £1,850,000